Cargo wrote:There must be boundary layer where the Gravity inherit within a body does not influence anything within another external body.
Let's keep in mind that:
1. Gravity is not a property of matter, ie. it is not inherent within a body
2. Gravitation is an action between and within fields, a universal field, and well described by Newton, et.al.
3. Rather than a thing or group of things, a noun per se
, it is a verb, something that happens to things, not an attraction from within, rather a pressure from without.
4. This should not be a choice between gravitation and electricity, rather a question of how electrical fields and gravitational fields are related; eg. why do "charge" and "mass" operated according to the same rules, the same geometry, the same distance squared scaling effects? How are gravitation, light, and electricity communicated across space, a distance, however small or large... by mechanisms? Vectors? Properties of space itself [I don't mean warped spacetime]? Does anyone besides me muse about both "charge" and "mass" being synonyms for "load" or "weight"?
5. There is no boundary where objects do not interact, or act one upon another. Hence we see vastly distant stars, measure their heat indirectly by means of spectroscopy, and directly with thermocouples; experience measurable perturbations in passing conjunctions of planets, lunar tidal effects; as well as electrostatic and magnetic effects across relatively small distances that may also manifest as light actions. Forms of energy are instantly and conservedly converted from one to another in every observed phenomenon to date. All are connected...there is a unified field still awaiting to be fully and properly described.
Thornhill's [R. Sansbury's] electrigravitic theory involving electronic dipoles is not fully developed and not fully verified experimentally, but it is not garbage. A dipole is simply a way of modelling a directed force, a vector. A physical response to the stimulus of external pressure.